Posted by **Jessica** on Sunday, December 5, 2010 at 2:42pm.

what equation would i use if i wanted to find the magnitude for this problem

A box of mass 32.0 kg is subject to an applied force (FA) with an elevation angle of 39.9°, and it accelerates to the right at 6.31 m/s2. The horizontal surface has a coefficient of friction μ = 0.147.

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